Undergraduate Admission


Undergraduate Admission

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General Requirements

  • Baccalauréat Général / Diplome de Bachelier de l'Enseignement du Second Degré/Option Internationale du Baccalaureat OR also see French Baccalauréat
  • Grades required for admission will vary by program but, based on the France grading scale, the minimum average needed to fall within the competitive range is approximately 12 out of 20.

All documentation must be official. Photocopies are not acceptable. Certified copies are acceptable if certified by the school principal, head or counsellor and received in a sealed school envelope. Notarized copies are not acceptable.

Program-Specific Requirements

Program [Application Code] Prerequisite Courses Required

Arts [QA]

First-Year Studies in England [QIA]

Concurrent Education/Arts [QB]

Concurrent Education/Arts (at the BISC) [QIB]

QBridge Arts [QXA]


Science [QS]

Concurrent Education/Science [QF]

First-Year Studies in England [QIS]

QBridge Science [QXS]

Baccalauréat S
Computing [QD] Baccalauréat S, L or ES with Mathematics specialty

Fine Art [QT]

Concurrent Education/Fine Art [QTT]

Anglais/Francais. Portfolio examination.

Music [QM]

Concurrent Education/Music [QMM]

Anglais/Francais. Personal audition, interview and aural discrimination test.
Music Theatre [QMT] Anglais/Francais. Personal audition, interview and aural discrimination test.
Physical and Health Education [QPH] More information about Physical and Health Education is available here: http://www.queensu.ca/artsci/node/622 
Kinesiology [QK] Baccalauréat S
Commerce [QC]

Baccalauréat S, L or ES with Mathematics specialty. Minimum language (Anglais/Francais) and Mathematics grades of 12.

Engineering [QE]

Electrical and Computer Engineering Stream [QEC]

QBridge Engineering [QXE]

Baccalauréat S.  Minimum language (Anglais/Francais) grades of 11.

Nursing Science [QN]

Baccalauréat S.  Anglais minimum grade of 11. 

*Applicants who complete the full French Baccalauréat diploma program are eligible to receive up to 18 credit units of transfer credits for those courses completed with a score of 12 or greater.